Federal Unemployment Benefits Spur Hiring Crisis

Republicans Have Argued For Months That Federal Unemployment Benefits Are Keeping Americans From Going Back To Work, And A New Survey Seems To Support That Claim.

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Inflation Fears Rise As Producer Prices Increase More Than Ever Recorded

New Data Shows Rising Inflation, Alarming Economists And Casting More Doubt On Hopes Of A Post-Covid Economic Boom. Report Shows A Major Spike In The Cost Of Producer Goods – The Most Since BLS Began Tracking The Data More Than A Decade Ago.

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Inflation Spikes To Highest Levels Since 2008 Crisis

The Latest Federal Report Suggests More Troubles For The U.S. Economy, Even As Experts Hoped For A Post-Covid Economic Surge. The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Thursday Released New Data Showing A Major Spike In Inflation, The Largest Since The Financial Crisis From Over A Decade Ago.

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How Many People Work For The Government In Tennessee?

Tennessee Has The 12th lowest Share Of All States For The Percentage Of The Workforce Employed By The Government. States With A Larger Than Typical Share Of Public Sector Workers Often Have Higher Than Average Government Spending On A Per Capita Basis — And Vise-versa. Tennessee Is No Exception.

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Red States Have The Lowest Unemployment Rates

Republican-Led States And Vermont Reported The Lowest Unemployment Rates In April, According To A New Report by The U.S. Commerce Department. States Led By Democratic Governors Recorded The Highest Jobless Rates, According To The Report.

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Feds To Pay Hundreds Per Child To American Families; Critics Fear Economic Fallout

Americans With Children Will Begin Receiving Checks From The Internal Revenue Service In A Few Weeks, But Economists Worry The Payments Could Have Long-Term Economic Consequences.

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Blackburn: Tennesseans Can’t Afford Biden’s Perfect Storm

Rather Than Demanding Hardworking Americans Rewrite Their Budgets To Fund Idealistic wish Lists, Biden Needs To Take A Look At The Practical Effects Of This Spending Spree. Unless He Wants These Surge Prices To Become Permanent, Something Has To Change.

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Red States Unite In Rejecting Federal Unemployment Benefits

Red States Around The Nation Are Rejecting Supplemental Federal Unemployment Benefits, Saying The $300 In Additional Weekly Pay On Top Of State Benefits Has Made It Nearly Impossible For Employers To Hire.

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